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Walt Disney World 4-Park Magic Tickets as Low as $80 Per Day (Starts January 18th)

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Beginning January 18th, head on over to Walt Disney World where they will be offering some great deals on tickets so that you can enjoy all four Disney parks including Disney’s Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom.

Note that there is a limit of one admission per theme park, and one park per day. Activities and events are separately priced.

Disney World

Choose from the following options (Starting 1/18/19):

4-Park Magic Value Ticket
Adult: $85 per day ($340 total plus tax)
Child: $80 per day ($320 total plus tax)
Valid for admission January 18 through March 1, 2019. Note that your tickets must be used within 7 days of first park visit or by March 1, 2019, whichever comes first.


4-Park Magic Select Ticket
Adult: $89 per day ($356 total plus tax)
Child: $84 per day ($336 total plus tax)
Valid for admission January 18 through March 14, March 27 through April 9, April 27 through May 27, and August 19 through September 30, 2019. Note that your tickets must be used within 7 days of first park visit or by September 30, 2019, whichever comes first.


4-Park Magic Summer Ticket
Adult: $95 per day ($380 total plus tax)
Child: $90 per day ($360 total plus tax)
Valid for admission January 18 through March 14, March 27 through April 9, and April 27 through September 30, 2019. Note that your tickets must be used within 7 days of first park visit or by September 30, 2019, whichever comes first.


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  1. Krista Rizvi

    Is this discount something they offer often? We’re planning a trip, but not until November of this year most likely. Thanks!

    • Bridget

      Look into the dining plan promo they just sent out

    • Jessica

      Krista I have not seen this promotion a lot. The free dining as mentioned by another person is not available in November. We are also trying to plan a trip in November and as of now no specials are available past September 😭

      • Lindsay

        I think it’s because that is when their Star Wars Land is expected to open. Disneyland is doing the same thing. All of their offers are going on BEFORE June, which is when theirs is expected to open.

    • kayti

      We did this last year thinking it was a great idea. We literally rode every ride at Epcot and couldn’t go to another park for the rest of the day. So we ended up at the hotel at 5pm. Then when my daughter had a fit at magic kingdom, we couldn’t just leave and come back later in the day. I recommend getting the park hopper pass and staying away from the cheapest deal to save you sanity and get your money worth!

      • Cathy

        Hey Kayti

        I was not aware that this promo would not allow re-entry into the same park on the same day so I called Disney just to clarify and was told that they DO allow Re-entry. Of course its just has to be the same park that was originally entered that day. But I agree this deal may not be for everyone. For me its perfect.

      • Sara

        You most certainly CAN go back to the same park in the same day.
        Park hopper is only if you want to hop to another park in the same day.

    • Emmy Armbruster

      Yes, we are planning on going the same time as you but i have the same question so thanks for asking!

      • Cara

        Hi Emmy,
        I’m a Disney vacation planner. If you would like help planning your trip please email me at cara@dreambuilderstravel.com for free planning!

    • Tracys Travel Fun

      No this is not offered often.

    • Carolyn

      The Disney tickets never expire, so if you buy now you can use in November.

  2. sally

    Is that mean all 4 parks must be use in 7 days once you start with 1 Park??

    • Jessica

      The tickets will expire 7 days after the first use.

  3. Mandy K

    Please note that this is for tickets only and most of the time you get a way better deal once package discounts are available. Right now discounts are available through September. If anyone would like a free quote, please email me mandy@lovethemousetravel.com
    My planning services are completely free and I have helped several Hip2Save followers.
    You can also follow my Facebook page. http://www.facebook.com/mandyatlovethemousetravel
    I always post the latest deals. And if you are already booked with me, I automatically apply any discounts that are available for your vacation. You don’t have to do a thing!

  4. Melissa

    I’m a travel agent that has been booking Disney for several years and while this new pricing structure takes some getting used to , many of my clients have enjoyed lower pricing than years prior. Booking with a knowledgeable travel professional can help maximize money and time. Discounts are a little wonky this year. I think because several things are set to open this fall. So take advantage of the deals, since free dining has been announced for late summer/early fall we might not see it again this year. Also keep in mind Disneyland just raised their pricing prior to the opening of Galaxy’s Edge, you can book your trip with only a $200 deposit and get locked into current pricing. A good agent will make adjustments if better deals come out and there is availability. Trips can be cancelled for a full refund up to 30 days prior for packages. Please contact me if you have any questions info@everaftervacations.com

  5. Cathy

    I was not aware that this promo would not allow reentry into the same park on the same day so I called Disney just to clarify and was told that they DO allow Re-entry. Of course its just has to be the same park that was originally entered that day. But I agree this deal may not be for everyone. For me its perfect.

  6. Jen

    We’ve done this deal twice now. Both times in January/Feb. so I think its just a seasonal discount.

  7. Amy

    Wondering if my aunt who is a Florida resident can purchase my family tickets for us and get the resident discounts?

    • Austin Ringlesnoozen

      I believe all those in the party would have to show proof of FL residency. So even if she bought the tickets and went with you, i’m not sure it would work.

      • Jes

        Florida resident here. Yes, all adults must show Fl ID to use a resident ticket. If your aunt is going, she could purchase your kids tickets and they could go in with her at the Florida rate. I have several friends who have done this with nieces and nephews who live out of state.

    • calvanese4

      Each adult needs to show valid FL id.

  8. 4shankogirls

    We are going in February. Has anyone done this deal? We want to buy three days in the park not four. I was hoping that you could purchase less than the four days in park.

  9. Lolita

    If you would like to get the Disney Visa, you can get a $200 statement credit after spending $500 in the first 3 months: https://www.referyourchasecard.com/200/1IN1YFLECK That is what I did (and then referred someone else in my group that was going and they got a credit and so did I). You get a free souvenir picture at two parks with the Disney Visa (it is taken at a specific location).

  10. Mary

    Can someone tell me what do they ask as a proof for a Florida resident? We are planning our Disney trip this year, so I would ask my friend to change my billing address to hers (she lives in FL), and print my bank statement and show as a proof. Or they ask for an ID, or the utility bill ? Any response would be greatly appreciated.
    (I understand I might not be the SMARTEST one, LOL :D) just asking :)))

    • Mel

      ID and Proof of address like car insurance, utility bill etc is required.

  11. Amanda Hodder

    Any idea when this deal is good til? Wondering if I should use my target card for 5% off a gift card or my grocery store chain that sometimes gives discounts on gas rewards with gift card purchases. Thanks

  12. Christi

    Anyone know the best place to get a deal on a 1 day Disney World pass? My daughters are very young and I think 1 day will be more than enough.

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